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    Townsville's only Independent Anglican School for boys and girls from Early Childhood (including Kindergarten) to Year 12 and boarding students from Year 7 to 12.

    At Cathedral, we are 'educating for life-long success'. We know that this requires a well-rounded education - to develop the "whole person" by nurturing the body and spirit as well as the mind.

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  • Open Day - Thursday 18 May 4pm until 7pm

    Join us at our Open Day to learn more about The Cathedral School.

    Meet the staff and friendly students | Learn about the academic curriculum | Discover the range of extracurricular opportunities | Find out about out pastoral care program | See the music and drama performance | Plus take a classroom tour to see our facilities

    Click here for more information.

  • Junior School Scholarships

    Scholarships are now available to students entering Year 4 in 2018.

    All scholarships provide partial remission of tuition fees for the Junior School years (to end of Year 6).

    Applications close Friday 19 May.

    Click here to apply or for more information.

  • Celebrating 100 years in 2017

    In July 2017 The Cathedral School will celebrate 100 years of educating in a caring, Christian community and to celebrate this significant milestone, we have launched our Centenary website.

    The website will be your go to place for all things Centenary such as a History Timeline, News and Events, Past Student Stories and an update on our Centenary Project “The Connection Place”.

    Click here to explore our Centenary website.

  • School Tour - Tuesday 2 May

    New and prospective families are invited to enjoy a tour of The Cathedral School. The tour is an opportunity to observe classrooms in action and to see our extensive facilities.

    The School’s Registrar, Mrs Toni Lanphier takes families on a guided tour of classrooms and facilities, allowing them to have a first hand experience of life at The Cathedral School.

    Bookings essential, click here to book online.

Cathedral students to take a stand together for the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence Featured

Students of Cathedral’s Middle School will participate in the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence this Friday 17 March.

The National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence is held annually on the third Friday of March. It is an opportunity for the whole school community to 'take a stand together' against bullying and violence.

Year 9 Dean, Mrs Debbie Bennett-Rauch said “The National Day against Bullying allows the school to reflect and move forward on the issue of Bullying. It provides a national day that we can address bullying and continue to learn the skills required to allow students in the Middle School to be safe and also supported.”

 

“This is the fifth year that our Middle School Student Parliament has been given the responsibility to drive our planning for the National Action Day Against Bullying and Violence, and our Year 9 leaders have come up with a theme of “Know my Story” and have organised a range of innovative, thought-provoking and engaging activities for their peers” continued Mrs Bennett-Rauch.

The “Know my Story” theme will be recognised on this day, but also for the whole year in the Middle School. The theory behind the theme is, when students take the time to truly get to know someone respect and responsibility become a part of learning someone’s story. 

“Students at our school don’t have to be “best friends” but “Know my Story” allows the individual to respect themselves and then respect each other.” 

“School should be the one place that a child can feel safe and valued. “Know my Story” allows that to happen with no pretence. The diversity of our population means respecting individuality is important. Every Middle School child should each day love to come to our school” added Mrs Bennett-Rauch.

Year 9 student Josie Hosking said that it’s important that we all learn that bullying is not OK. 

“Students shouldn’t have to worry about coming to school and if they will get teased. School should be a happy and fun place, where you catch up with friends and learn new things each day.”

The National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence celebrations will take place throughout the day on Friday 17 March with a range of activities and education sessions for students.

 

 

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